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users_Profile.php Page Question

Thread began 7/30/2010 4:05 pm by carlene | Last modified 7/30/2010 6:59 pm by Eric Mittman | 481 views | 1 replies |

carleneBeta Tester

users_Profile.php Page Question

Hi there!
I have two PowerStore sites - and I'm noticing this with both of them. Perhaps I inadvertantly broke something - but here is my functionality.

After a new user registers - they then immediately land on users_Profile.php for them to fill out a more complete form. There is a message at the top saying that it's an unverified email address. After this form is completed on the users_Profile.php page and the user hits the Update button. The page just stays there. I was wondering if it should be going to a success page so that the users realize that the form "took."

How can I employ this functionality?


How can I have the Users password that is initially entered on the users_Registration.php and the users_Update.php be an encrypted password? I have Security Assist.

As usual - thanks so much for your fantastic support for this product!

- Carlene

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Eric Mittman

The profile page does not have a redirect so what you are experiencing is as designed. If you would like to add in a redirect to take the customer to a particular page you can update the value for this in the users_Profile.php page at line 88 like this:

$WA_redirectURL = "the page to go to here.php";

As for updating the passwords to be encrypted there are some guides for this on the Security Assist support page under the Solution Recipes area:


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